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Charles Laughton in The Private Life of Henry VIII (1933)
Happily blogging about old movies and using the royal "We".
Hi, it’s Gill from Realweegiemidget Reviews, can please change my review to About Time (2013) with Canadian Rachel McAdams? https://weegiemidget.wordpress.com/
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Yes, we will make that change. I haven’t seen It’s About Time, but I love Rachel McAdams in EVERYTHING.
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Thanks xxx She’s great in this xx
OOPS, would like to review this for the O’ Canada blogathon…
Hello! Just wondering if you would like to write a post for the blogathon I am hosting in May? Totally up to you! It is about Medicine in the Movies 🙂 https://charsmoviereviews.wordpress.com/2017/03/08/medicine-in-the-movies-blogathon-announcement-may-26-28-2017/
That sounds great! I’m in!
Sweet! Please let me know what you decide when you can, and I will update the list 🙂
I’d love to do Night Nurse (1931) if not taken yet…
Oh I was hoping someone would pick that movie! It’s yours!
I’m so glad I found your blog! How fun! 🙂
Thanks so much! It keeps me out of trouble.
There’s this charm in the old movies that is not captured in the new ones. I find old movie humor to be much more on point that today’s comedies.
I agree with you. Because screenwriters of old had to deal with strict rules, they wrote very witty and clever scripts.
Oh yes indeed! Oldies but goodies!
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